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WAVES IN ISOTROPIC TOTALISTIC CELLULAR AUTOMATA: APPLICATION TO REAL-TIME ROBOT NAVIGATION
Advances in Complex Systems
Totalistic cellular automata (CA) are an efficient tool for simulating numerous wave phenomena in discrete media. However, their inherent anisotropy often leads to a significant deviation of the model results from experimental data. Here we propose a computationally efficient isotropic CA with the standard Moore neighborhood. Our model exploits a single postulate: the information transfer in an isotropic medium occurs at constant rate. To fulfill this requirement we introduce in each cell adoi:10.1142/s0219525916500120 fatcat:nctwv43oo5dipcdqgtr44g4gyq